Wednesday, June 29, 2022
Newsnet needs your financial support! Donate
Subscribe

Tag: tommy sheridan

Greens bring a halt to Scotland’s great multi-party wanderer

Serial political party activist and former Member of the European Parliament Hugh Kerr has finally met his nemesis. His career began with Labour and...

Labour’s battle of the lists sums up its expected Parliamentary failings...

Hugh Kerr previews the Scottish Labour conference Scottish Labour are preparing for their first conference since they elected new leader Kezia Dugdale in Scotland. Dugdale is...

Tommy Sheridan – Yes to independence, No to Murdoch

I’m so pleased to learn from various articles, magazine contributions and personal conversations that I am not the only one furious and confused by...

Sheridan vows to pursue those he claims ‘told lies and damned...

By a Newsnet reporter  Tommy Sheridan has promised to pursue those he claims lied at his trial and that he will be returning the...

Sheridan appeal set to be turned down

Media reports are suggesting that Tommy Sheridan's appeal is set to be turned down by judges at the Court of Criminal Appeal. ...

My ‘blind spot’ about the prisoner in D hall

The ministry of truth: Part 1 by Kenneth Roy You may be familiar with Gordon Bennett, the Scottish-born newspaper editor, founder of the...

The tapes

• Released yesterday: the best man's video • Is it too a marketable commodity? • Denials all round about the police tapes • So...

Police tapes in Scotland have become a marketable commodity

Press Gangs (2): Kenneth Roy Yesterday's SR editorial on the BBC Scotland programme, 'The Rise and Lies of Tommy Sheridan', prompted several immediate responses....

The BBC, the police and Tommy Sheridan

Press Gangs (1): Kenneth Roy Three weeks today, Tommy Sheridan will go to prison. Only the length of the sentence remains in doubt. A...